Captain Thomas Mack is Wed To Stewardess In Chicago Ceremony|
is being made of the marriage on March 21, 1959, of Miss Linda Rosellee,
daughter of Mr. and Mrs. John D. Nelson of Chicago, to Capt. Thomas J.
Mack of Hill Air Force Base, Odgen, Utah, son of Mr. and Mrs. Bert Mack
Vows were exchanged in St. Fidelis Catholic Church in Chicago,
with Rev. Francis Plaszek performing the double-ring ceremony.
The bride, given in Marriage by her father, wore a princess
styled afternoon dress of ice-blue, fashioned with three-quarter length
sleeves and a v-neckline. The blush veil was of aqua and she carried a
cascade arrangement of gardenias.
Maid of honor was Miss Virginia Stocklosa of Chicago and the
bridesmaid was Miss Natalie Zinewick also of Chicago. They wore
identically styled gowns of beige and yellow and carried yellow Jonquills.
Best man was Gerald P. Mack of Rock Island, brother of the
bridegroom, and groomsman was Dennis Mack of Viola, cousin of the bridegroom.
A reception was held at Neilsons in Chicago, following the
ceremony, where a tiered wedding cake centered the serving table.
The bride is employed as a stewardess for United Air Lines in
Salt Lake City, Utah.
Mr. Mack attended St. Ambrose college in Davenport and has been a
member of the Air Force for the past eight years.
When the couple left for a wedding trip, the bride wore a black
and white tweed skirt with a cashmere sweater.
Upon their return they will reside in Clearfield, Utah.
Captain and Mrs. Mack were honored at a reception on Sunday
afternoon, March 29, in the home of his parents, Mr. and Mrs. Bert Mack
in Viola, with 85 relatives and friends of the couple attending.